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Sprint Officially Launches Boston, Austin, and several more LTE cities today


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Sprint tonight added several more cities to their coverage map, indicating that an official LTE launch is coming very soon.

 

Cities added include:

  • Emporia, Kansas
  • Fort Wayne (And some surrounding areas), Indiana
  • Boston, Massachusetts
  • Cambrige/Newton/Framingham, Massachusetts
  • Gettysburg, PA
  • Austin, Texas
  • College Station, Texas
  • Yauco, Puerto Rico
  • San German/Cobo Rojo, Puerto Rico
  • Mayaguez, Puerto Rico
  • Aguadilla/Isabela, Puerto Rico
  • Columbia, TN

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I'm surprised about the Austin announcement. There is still a big coverage hole in central Austin, including downtown, the Capitol complex and the UT campus area. In places further out, coverage is better. And in some areas, such as Pflugerville and Wells Branch, it is almost complete.

 

Austin went on the "in progress" list a long time ago. And this is not a launch today. Just another Real Soon Now statement that adds no real news.

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I'm surprised about the Austin announcement. There is still a big coverage hole in central Austin, including downtown, the Capitol complex and the UT campus area. In places further out, coverage is better. And in some areas, such as Pflugerville and Wells Branch, it is almost complete.

 

Austin went on the "in progress" list a long time ago. And this is not a launch today. Just another Real Soon Now statement that adds no real news.

ya,Fort Wayne is supposed to be completely upgraded Mid march lul
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